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May 18, 2011


Maureen E. Doallas

Astute and fascinating readings of a single poem, Glynn.


I love the way you helped us look at things Glynn!
I believe my favourite view is that of Jesus.

Jeanne Damoff

Glynn, THANK YOU for introducing us to poets we may not have known (I didn't know this one) and also sharing the ways you read. Both of these gifts enrich.

I love the final image of being alone and known. It belongs to anyone anywhere and invites belonging. Lovely.


it does make a difference, in many ways, who says the words.

Simply Darlene

I second what has already been said here in the comment section. My favorite line is "mark how fine the dust is."


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